Diet: How to avoid paying?
 Plato - the so-called period in the process of losing weight, when, despite following all the recommendations and systems, the weight does not continue to decrease. Most of the plateau say those who lose weight through fitness. But the same plateau there are those who are attracted to the aid of various diets.

Before you panic, you should know that the plateau in the diet - is normal and inherent in virtually any power system.

Typically, diets, plateau comes a few weeks after starting the diet. The main reason is that in the first weeks of diet body primarily gets rid of the water and then the metabolism slows down. Therefore, to continue to lose weight, you should make adjustments in your lifestyle. There can be several solutions: increase the amount of exercise to reduce the number of calories consumed, or at the same time do something, and more.

Plateau Atkins diet
One of the most popular diets of drastic weight loss - it is the Atkins diet. It is based on a low carbohydrate and high levels of protein products. But even with this diet sooner or later so-called plateau.

It turns out, do not worry. Even with the constant weight you continue to lose weight. Because low carbohydrate diet leads to a loss of fat. And the weight is on the ground, as the fat is replaced by muscle tissue. This process takes some time, in which the weight can stand still. One has only to persevere in all diet recommendations, and after some time, the results of weight loss will be visible on the scale and in the mirror.

If the weight is still at a standstill
If you are not happy with the results, and you think that the weight has stopped, it is possible to take some action. For example:
- Drastic calorie reduction leads to a result - a plateau can thus be stopped. Cut the right caloric intake by 200 calories a day.
- Another way - to radically revise the training mode. If you are 3 times a week, take 4 workouts a week - Plateau stop.
- If there is no possibility to increase the amount of training, extend each session for 15-30 minutes.
Author: Julia Gnedina